• How to use the Windows Ink Workspace to take better screenshots

    3 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    While using Windows or any other OS, I take a lot of screenshots, whether of books I'm reading to share pages with friends, or of apps and features to post on MSPU, or even just as a form of personal bookmarking. While most Windows 10 PCs have a built-in keyboard combo for the purpose of capturing screenshots, Microsoft added a new - more convenient way to take screenshots with last summer's Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Remember Windows Ink Workspace - the one tool on your taskbar that you don't actually ever use outside of demo purposes? Turns out that it's quite useful for taking...
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